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Tomsawyer

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For those of us still using the original non A version kt boards that one can set the fsb bus as high as the moon yet if you generally get over 115fsb things become grim? I do recall that was a major selling point of the Abit KT7. Then what do you know along comes version A that gasp allows the 133fsb with slightly higher overclocking potential. Yes boys and girls they have us by the [email protected] and like the fish we are we just keep on chasing the new bait lol.
Hmmm anyone want to buy an Abit KT7? My new pc133 version 3 memory wants a better FSB :)
 

Tachyon

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Tomsawyer (Mar 01, 2001 10:05 p.m.):
For those of us still using the original non A version kt boards that one can set the fsb bus as high as the moon yet if you generally get over 115fsb things become grim? I do recall that was a major selling point of the Abit KT7. Then what do you know along comes version A that gasp allows the 133fsb with slightly higher overclocking potential. Yes boys and girls they have us by the [email protected] and like the fish we are we just keep on chasing the new bait lol.
Hmmm anyone want to buy an Abit KT7? My new pc133 version 3 memory wants a better FSB :)

If you're running at Host+PCI Clk with 115 FSB, you're already getting great performance out of your memory :)
 
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Tomsawyer

Tomsawyer

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Thats true, I did it have it at 117fsb but it got flaky. I took it back down to 115fsb hst+pci and shes stable. Oh well I can wait a while before getting me a new board, unless I get a customer who wants a high end system then its upgrade time once more :)